Spring is REALLY here now – the sun is shining and it feels so good to know that Spring is in full effect. Just finished celebrating The Passover Memorial, and now we are in The Feast of Unleavened Bread. I took some time off work to rest, search my heart, seek Yahuah and assemble with my Mishpacah. Been off for about a week and it’s been SO GOOD.
I’ve been tinkering in my garden – would you like to see what’s happening in there? This little indoor garden room brings me so much peace of mind… There’s a 5 min video for you to enjoy below. I pray it makes you smile and feel inspired. If you don’t have a garden yet, maybe this will peak your interest to try growing some things yourself. If you do have a garden, leave a comment below and tell me what you’re growing this season!
“And out of the ground Yahuah Alahiym made to spring up every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.” Genesis 2:9
Whether you have a garden or not, I pray that you enjoyed this. Growing plants just reminds me of how much Yahuah is in control. He holds all the power in his hands – it’s truly amazing. And He allows us to be a part of it, simply by planting seeds…
This is true for our spiritual lives as well. In this season, when the world is celebrating holidays like Easter that have nothing to do with the truth, just remember, Yahuah’s in control, we’re just here to plant seeds. The truth will grow in the hearts with soil that is ready to receive it.
All in all, the most important thing we need to do is ask ourselves what seeds we’ve allowed to be sown in the garden of our own hearts. The fruit that comes forth from our own lives will be the greatest witness of all. Maybe we can talk about that in the next scripture challenge at the end of the month. For now, let’s remember to look to Yahuah to provide for our every need. He is the Creator of all living things, and in Him alone can we truly live. May His word continue to bring us Peace of Mind.
So tell me, what’s in your garden this season? And if you don’t have a garden yet, have you ever thought of starting one? Let me know in the comments section below. I’ll see you there! It’s always great to hear from you.